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What does LifePlan mean by second home?
A second home (or more homes) are multiple residences that you own and live in. These do not include any Buy-To-Let properties that you own – these are dealt with in the Assets and Investments section.
What does LifePlan mean by ‘surplus’ in the Lifeplan Desired Income chart.
This is the amount of planned income in a year that is in excess of your selected Desired Annual Income.
The whole of my SIPP is invested in equities so I dont know how long it will last?
LifePlan shows you in the ‘my capital’ chart how long your SIPP will last based on the estimated rate of growth and the level of income that you have selected. You can change these factors at any time and LifePlan will immediately re-calculate any new expiry date.
How will I use my Desired Annual Income?
You will use your Desired Annual Income to pay for your fixed and variable expenses and what is left is your disposable income that you can spend or save as you wish.
Why do I need to make assumptions about inflation, growth and income (yield)?
Your financial affairs will never remain static and you will need to estimate how the values of your finances may change throughout your LifePlan. You can change these general assumptions at any time and you may select specific assumptions for any particular asset.

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RetireEasy is the UK’s only independent retirement planning tool. LifePlan gives you an overview of all of your assets – including investments, pensions, savings, business assets and properties – and the income you will receive after liabilities such as debts, mortgages and income tax. It is not just a snapshot, but shows you how your finances will evolve throughout your retirement.

Premium LifePlan not only provides live updates on stocks and fund values, provided by Morningstar, and you can model a Lifetime Mortgage, create and compare up to 3 scenarios of your financial future, radically reduce life insurance costs through a Life Assurance Premium Checker and you can print user-friendly narrative reports.

RetireEasy was established in 2011 and has helped thousands of users to understand their finances throughout retirement and adjust their plans to ensure that their money will last.


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New features on RetireEasy.

Not yet retired?

You can now include all your additional savings, investments and Pension Contributions between now and your retirement, taking into account increasing these Additional Contributions year-on-year and stipulating whether these are one-off or recurring contributions. As always, you can revisit these projections and change them at any time either when your expectations change, or you have real numbers to replace projections already made.

New useful charts?

There are now three additional charts, further breaking down your assets and income.

Download your data in a spreadsheet?

You can now also download spreadsheets giving you the opportunity to view all of your entered information, and your entire LifePlan in one glance.

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